July 1, 2022

James Brolin Biography, Age, Height, Son, Net Worth, Josh Brolin, Movies and Tv Shows

James Brolin Biography

James Brolin is an American actor, producer, and director, well known for being featured in film and television, including sitcoms and soap operas. He is also known as the father of actor Josh Brolin and husband of Barbra Streisand. Brolin has won two Golden Globes and an Emmy

James Brolin Age

Brolin was born on 18th of July in 1940 Westwood, Los Angeles, California, she is 78 years old as of 2018.

James Brolin Height

Brolin stands at a height of 5 feet 10½ inches or 179 cm.

James Brolin Family

James was born the eldest of two brothers and two sisters, he was to Helen Sue (mother), a housewife, and Henry Hurst Bruderlin (father), a building contractor.  While he was young he started began building and flying when he was at the age of 10 than in acting.

James Brolin Wife

James married Jane Cameron Agee in 1966, the pair later divorced in the year 1984. After nine years, his wife Cameron passed away in a car accident. He later married Jan Smithers, who is 1986. The pair later divorced in 1995. He then met Barbra Streisand, a popular American, singer, actress, and director, whom he married in 1998. Brolin currently resides with his wife in Malibu, California.

James Brolin Children |Son

With his first wife Cameron, he had two children and a daughter with his second wife Smithers.

James Brolin Education

Brolin was enrolled at the Santa Monica City College and later joined and studied drama at the University of California at Los Angeles.

James Brolin Career

James began his career in featured as Craig Kenneth with his first significant film was ‘Von Ryan’s Express’ a World War II adventure film, which was released in 1965. His film was directed by Mark Robson, was about a group of Allied Soldiers, and a daring escape they conduct by hijacking a train. he as well got featured as soldier Private Ames. He later got featured in ‘The Cape Town Affair’, a spy film which was about South African secret agents trying to save confidential microfilm before the communists could get hold of it. He later got featured as the main role, appearing as Skip McCoy. The film earned negative reviews.

He later got featured in a popular television medical drama ‘Marcus Welby, MD’ featured as the lead role. He later got featured as a young, talented assistant physician Dr. Steven Kiley, The movie earned much popularity and appreciation. The series later became a huge success and was one of the top-rated TV shows of that time. He as well won an Emmy Award, along with a Golden Globe Award, for his performance. He later got featured in several movies over the next years, including ‘Skyjacked’ of 1972, ‘Trapped’ of 1973’, ‘The Car’ of 1977, ‘The Amityville Horror’ of 1979, ‘Night of the Juggler’ of 1980, and ‘High Risk’ of 1981.

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He later got back to television to appear in the popular series ‘Hotel’. His role of Peter McDermott, a hotel manager who tries to help people with their problems, was quite appreciated. The role got him nominated for the ‘Golden Globe Award’ twice, though he didn’t win either time.
Over the following years, he appeared in movies, such as ‘Deep Dark Secrets’ (1987), ‘Ted & Venus’ (1991), and ‘Parallel Lives’ (1994).
In the year 2000, he as well got featured in the hit crime drama ‘Traffic’, in which he portrayed a character named General Ralph Landry. The film earned a huge commercial success, grossing more than 200 million worldwide. The film as well earned a few Oscars.

Brolin as well got featured as former  American president Ronald Reagan, in a popular 3-hour television film ‘The Reagans’. Directed by Robert Allen Ackerman, the film has controversy for its negative portrayal of Reagan. For his acting, Brolin was nominated for a ‘Golden Globe’ and a ‘Primetime Emmy Award’. He then got featured in main roles, as well as supporting roles, in several popular movies such as ‘The Alibi’ of 2006, ‘The Hunting Party’ of 2007, ‘Lost City Raiders’ of 2008, ‘Standing Ovation’ of 2010, ‘A Fonder Heart’ of 2011, and ‘Accidental Love’ of 2015.
He was most recently seen in the film ‘Sisters’, a 2015 American comedy, which was directed by Jason Moore. The same year, he also started appearing in the television series ‘Life in Pieces’, playing a retired pilot named John Bertram Short. As of March 2017, the show is running in its third season.

James Brolin Net Worth

James has an estimated net worth of $50 million. He made his net worth through his acting work in television and movies, but mostly through soap operas and sitcoms.

James Brolin Josh Brolin | Son

He is the father Josh Brolin who is also an American actor known for his role in the 1985 film The Goonies. He as well appeared in a wide range of films and is known for his roles as Llewelyn Moss in No Country for Old Men, George W. Bush in W. and Dan White in Milk, the last of which earned him Academy Award and SAG Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor.

James Brolin Sitcom

He was featured in the movie (Sitcom) together with actors Dianne Wiest and who heads of a large, happy family, in which each member is approaching different milestones. They had their eldest daughter, Heather (Betsy Brandt) and her husband consider having another child as they get closer to an empty nest; middle child Matt (Thomas Sadoski) thinks he has found true love; and the youngest of the three siblings, Greg (Colin Hanks) is overwhelmed after having his first child with his wife. Various perspectives are employed as each family member’s story unfolds.

James Brolin Movies

Year

Title

Role

2019

Being Rose

2015

Accidental Love

Senator Bramen

The Steps

Ed

The 33

Jeff Hart

Sisters

Bucky Ellis

2014

Elsa & Fred

Max Hayes

2011

Last Will

Det. Sloan

A Fonder Heart

Craig

Love, Wedding, Marriage

Bradley

2010

Burlesque

Mr. Anderson

Standing Ovation

2009

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard

Ben Selleck

Bitter/Sweet

Calvert Jenkins

2008

Last Chance Harvey

Brian

2007

The American Standards

Jack Jennings

The Hunting Party

Franklin Harris

Bad Girl Island

Terry Bamba

2006

The Alibi

Robert Hatch

2003

A Guy Thing

Ken Cooper

2002

Catch Me If You Can

Jack Barnes

The Master of Disguise

Febbrizio Disguisey

2000

Traffic

General Ralph Landry

1997

My Brother’s War

John Hall

1994

The Book of Acts

Simon Peter

1993

Paper Hearts

Henry

1992

Gas Food Lodging

John Evans

1991

Ted & Venus

Max Waters

1990

Bad Jim

B. D. Sweetman

1989

Voice of the Heart

Victor Mason

1987

Deep Dark Secrets

Michael Wakefield

1985

Pee-wee’s Big Adventure

P.W. Herman

1981

High Risk

Stone

1980

Night of the Juggler

Sean Boyd

1979

The Amityville Horror

George Lutz

1977

The Car

Captain Wade Parent

Capricorn One

Colonel Charles Brubaker

1976

Gable and Lombard

Clark Gable

1973

Westworld

John Blane

1972

Skyjacked

Sgt. Jerome K. Weber

1968

The Boston Strangler

Detective Sgt. Phil Lisi

1967

The Cape Town Affair

Skip McCoy

1966

Our Man Flint

GALAXY technician

1966

Fantastic Voyage

Technician

1965

Dear Brigitte

Student

1965

Von Ryan’s Express

Private Ames

1963

Take Her, She’s Mine

Mel

James Brolin Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2017

Royal Hearts

Hank Pavlik

Television movie (also Director)

2016

I’ll Be Home For Christmas

Jack

Television movie (also Executive Producer & Director)

2015–present

Life in Pieces

John Short

Current series

2013–16

Castle

Jackson Hunt

3 episodes

2013

Community

William Winger

Episode: “Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations”

Christmas with Tucker

Bo McCray

Television movie

2010

Blackout

Terrance Danfield

3 episodes

2009

Psych

Sheriff Hank Mendel

Episode: “High Noon-ish”

2008

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Colonel Richard Finley

Episode: “Lunacy”

Lost City Raiders

John Kubiak

Television movie

2005

Monk

Daniel Thorn

Episode: “Mr. Monk Goes to Vegas”

Widow on the Hill

Hank Cavanaugh

Television movie

2003

The Reagans

Ronald Reagan

Television movie
Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie

2002

The West Wing

Governor Robert Ritchie

2 episodes

1998

A Marriage of Convenience

Mason Whitney

Television movie

1997

Roseanne

Edgar Wellman, Jr.

2 episodes

1997–2000

Pensacola: Wings of Gold

Lt. Colonel Bill Kelly

66 episodes

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